JCU Events 'Minutes to Die' Documentary Screening

JCU Events

Mon, 4 Jun 2018

'Minutes to Die' Documentary Screening


When: 4 June 18, 1pm -- 4pm

Where: At James Cook University
Room 002, Building 45 - Medical Lecture Theatre, Townsville Campus


About the Documentary

From a Kenyan hospital patient to a rice farmer in India, victims of venomous snakebites are the faces of a staggeringly widespread global crisis the world knows little about.

The documentary Minutes to Die takes viewers to the homes and hospital beds of snakebite victims, to labs where scientists are developing new, improved and cost-effective treatments, to a pivotal meeting of public health officials at the World Health Organisation.

Unpacking the limitations of rural medical infrastructure, the economic challenges of antivenom, and the financial devastation to the families of snakebite victims - who are mostly agricultural workers and children - the film makes clear that this health issue is also very much an issue of poverty, inequity, and social justice.

Directed by James Reid and Produced by the Lillian Lincoln Foundation.

External login to the screening is possible via the following devices:

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://jcu.zoom.us/j/4781464311
Or iPhone one-tap (AU Toll): +61280152088,,4781464311#

Or Telephone:
Dial: +61 (0) 2 8015 2088 (AU Toll)
Meeting ID: 478 146 4311
International numbers available: https://zoom.us/u/bvXvxHWcD

Or an H.323/SIP videoconference enabled room system:
Dial: 4781464311@zoom.aarnet.edu.au
Meeting ID: 478 146 4311

Or Skype for Business (Lync):

Contact details:

John Rathbone | john.rathbone2015@outlook.com | 0400 259 232